A team of researchers at Stanford have recently trained a computer to identify images of skin cancer moles and lesions—as accurately as board-certified dermatologists.
While the field of technology is incontrovertibly experiencing rapid progression, recent publications regarding electronic reporting demonstrate that there is still room for significant development and growth.
Data has confirmed that capturing real-time reports of cancer patients’ symptoms between physician visit has concrete, tangible health benefits—yet cancer researchers have expressed that technological and financial barriers hinder doctors from a widespread adoption of the practice.
Tarsus Medical, A Division Of Tarsus Media Group, Debuts MedTech Impact Expo & Conference, An Event That Reinforces The Critical Connection Between Technology and Healthcare
December 14, 2016 (Boca Raton, FL) –
Tarsus Medical debuted MedTech Impact Expo and Conference at A4M 24th Annual World Congress, a co-located event designed to assist healthcare practitioners and professionals better serve their patients through the use of medical technology and devices, while understanding the transformative effects of newly developed products and equipment. Speakers and sessions educated attendees on groundbreaking scientific research and education, supplemented by the most progressive equipment and medical technology.
Diabetic eye disease, formally known as Diabetic Retinopathy, is a complication resulting from diabetes that affects the eyes. Caused by damage to the blood vessels of the retina—the light-sensitive tissue found at the back of the eye—diabetic retinopathy can ultimately lead to irreversible blindness. Statistics reveal that the disease will affect up to 80% of those who have had diabetes for over two decades.
The market of wearable medical technology is one of the most rapidly growing and advancing sectors in the global marketplace, now comprised of devices that have the potential to alter and enhance lifestyle, provide diagnostic and therapeutic support, and aid in injury prevention.
Expands Access to Co-Located Conference
Product showcase expands to over 300 companies and businesses that represent the forefront of scientific and medical research, exhibiting devices and technologies that are progressively shaping and structuring the field of healthcare.
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 15, 2016 –– MedTech Impact® 2016 Expo and Conference, December 9-10, 2016 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV, hosted by The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, announces MedTech Impact 2016 registrations to now include entry to the exhibits of its co-located event, 24th Annual Winter World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine.
The wave of healthcare technology is surging into view, akin to a tsunami: as it rapidly rushes towards the landscape of medicine, the cost of tools are dropping at the same rate that options are growing.
At the Cleveland Clinic’s annual Medical Innovations Summit last week, Daniel Kraft—an oncologist, and chair of medicine and neuroscience at Singularity University—asked his audience a critical question: are the right platforms and infrastructure in place to catch the proverbial ‘wave’?